Conversation Starters

  • Practicing good parent-child communication is an excellent way to teach social and communication skills, which children will need to successfully move into adulthood.

    Communication with your child can be difficult, especially in the tween years. If you feel like conversations with your child gets you nowhere, try using some of the conversation starters below.


    1.   What do you think about (specific topic)?

    2.   What was your favorite part of today?

    3.   If you could do anything you wanted today what would it be?

    4.   Tell me about one person that you played with at recess today.

    5.   Who’s your favorite character in the book that you’re reading in class?

    6.   Did anything make you happy today?

    7.   Why do you think this happen?

    8.   Why do you think he/she did that?

    9.   What does that mean to you?

    10.                What’s your favorite part of the day?  Why?

    Practicing good parent-child communication is an excellent way to teach social and communication skills, which children will need to successfully move into adulthood.

    Communication with your child can be difficult, especially in the tween and teen years. It can be like extracting water from a rock. If you feel like conversations with your kid (s) get you nowhere, try using some of the conversation starters below.

    - See more at: http://doctoreris.com/parenting/simple-conversation-starters-for-kids/#sthash.eN2woWBm.dpuf

    Practicing good parent-child communication is an excellent way to teach social and communication skills, which children will need to successfully move into adulthood.

    Communication with your child can be difficult, especially in the tween and teen years. It can be like extracting water from a rock. If you feel like conversations with your kid (s) get you nowhere, try using some of the conversation starters below.

    - See more at: http://doctoreris.com/parenting/simple-conversation-starters-for-kids/#sthash.eN2woWBm.dpuf

    Practicing good parent-child communication is an excellent way to teach social and communication skills, which children will need to successfully move into adulthood.

    Communication with your child can be difficult, especially in the tween and teen years. It can be like extracting water from a rock. If you feel like conversations with your kid (s) get you nowhere, try using some of the conversation starters below.

    - See more at: http://doctoreris.com/parenting/simple-conversation-starters-for-kids/#sthash.eN2woWBm.dpuf

    Practicing good parent-child communication is an excellent way to teach social and communication skills, which children will need to successfully move into adulthood.

    Communication with your child can be difficult, especially in the tween and teen years. It can be like extracting water from a rock. If you feel like conversations with your kid (s) get you nowhere, try using some of the conversation starters below.

    - See more at: http://doctoreris.com/parenting/simple-conversation-starters-for-kids/#sthash.eN2woWBm.dpuf
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